Here is the proposed schedule of courses for the 2017 New Castle County cohort:
|Spring I 2017||Jan 7 – March 4||EDUC 672: Methods (Grant Wolf)||Saturday mornings, 318 S. College Avenue, Newark.||District or self|
|Spring II 2017||March 9 -May 18||EDUC 677.010: Structure (Nigel Caplan)||
Blended face-to-face and online course
Class meets 5:00-8:30 on March 9,16, 30; April 13, 27; May 11,18
|Fall 2017||Thursday evenings:
September 7, 14, 28
October 5, 12, 19, 26
|EDUC 740 (section 011): Literacy (Barbara Prillaman)||Conrad School for Sciences, Wilmington||CNS|
|Spring 2018||Jan – March||LLCU 624: Testing (Kate Copeland)||Fully online course.||CNS|
|Summer 2018**||June 18-20; 25-27 (tentative)||LING 699: Second Language Acquisition (Nigel Caplan)||Meets for 6 full days at the UD Paradee Center in Dover||UD waiver|
* Funding information is provided as an example. Your situation may vary. The Critical Needs Scholarship (CNS) is only available to teachers with emergency certification. Contact your district about local tuition reimbursement programs.
** You may also take LING 699 in Summer 2017 (June 26 – July 6), but if you will have to pay for the tuition. The UD waiver applies to the 5th and final course. You can also take the class with the MA TESL students in the full Spring semester in 2018 or 2019 if you are not available in the summer.
Please note that UD’s Delaware Educator rate will increase from $1875 per course to $1950 per course, effective July 1, 2017. The CNS and UD waiver will still cover the full cost.
If you would like to continue in the UD MA TESL degree, please apply by June 15 (preferably sooner!). You may transfer a maximum of 9 credits taken as a nondegree student into a UD graduate degree.